Media Barn: 55 Corrective Exercises for Horses

Resolving Postural Problems, Improving Movement Patterns, and Preventing Injury By Jec Aristotle Ballou   Over time, horses (like people) acquire postural habits, compensate for soreness and injury, and develop poor movement patterns. This limits performance ability, causes unsoundness and health issues, and ultimately undermines the horse’s overall well-being. Jec Aristotle …

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Media Barn: Book Review – Two Brains, One Aim

By Eric Smiley with Ellie Hughes Every horse person strives to grow in ability and understanding over time—whether in the saddle, on the ground, or in the stable; whether in ways that are small or those that are significant. This effort, when done right, lasts a lifetime, and along the …

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A Master Photographer’s Lifelong Quest to Capture the Most Magnificent Horses in the World

A Spanish Andalusian stallion thundering toward him, a nervous mare protecting her foal on a windswept Alberta range — these are just two of the captivating moments captured by master equestrian photographer Bob Langrish. Traveling six continents, he has made it his life’s work to photograph majestic horses in their …

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Media Barn: Bob Langrish’s World of Horses

By Bob Langrish and Jane Holderness-Roddam Bob Langrish’s World of Horses is the culminating collection of a master photographer who has traveled six continents in search of the most compelling horses in their native habitats. From the Mongolian steppe to the South African desert, barrier islands to city streets, Langrish has …

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Book Review: In the Middle are the Horsemen

By Tik Maynard In 2008, 26–year–old Tik Maynard faced a crossroads: a university graduate and modern pentathlete, he suffered both a career–ending injury and a painful breakup, leaving him suddenly adrift. The son of prominent Canadian equestrians, Maynard decided to spend the next year as a working student, trading labor …

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Media : The Performance Horse

Photography by David R. Stoecklein with Text by Jennifer Forsberg Meyer The horse is a creature of action: running, jumping, stopping, turning. To fully appreciate his beauty, you must see him perform working a cow, jumping a fence, hurtling around a track. In this book, David R. Stoecklein takes you …

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